Neo26 wrote:The problem of the WebUI is that is really too much simplified...
... se domani riesco a fare il partizionamento manuale sul mio laptop ed installare Ubuntu-MATE o Mint in dual-boot con Windows 7 senza bestemmiare mi unisco a voi.
A linux newbie question, running neo inside the terminal of a desktop edition distro is the same of running it into a server edition distro?
I agree about the webui... but I think it is only the beginning and we can't complain about it! ;-)
You don't need to create a multi boot environment... just install VirtualBox inside your main W7 installation and create a Linux VM.
The main difference between a desktop edition and a server disto is the presence of a desktop manager. The kernel is the same (even for Debian, CentOS and afik all the others)
DavidXanatos wrote:When you clock on the file in the web view you get to a page where you have 4 buttons start pause stop and delete,
you should be able to use the stop button there.
It wasn't the wine... the buttons don't work, only the cancel one.
Neo26 wrote:After a lot of troubles (fixparts, grub hiddet at 0 sec etc.) I have a dual-boot with Ubuntu-MATE.
First of all I may try to install neoloader normally this evening, as any other desktop user may want to, and then try to run on terminal and/or connect the UI remotely.
Another newbie question about Linux, you may help me... how can I disable mouse accelleration? I already googled it but under the folder "X11" I don't have any xorg.conf file...
... using xinput command I reduced the sensitivity because is really too high but mouse accelleration is still there and I find it really annoying.
xorg.conf isn't necessary if you use the free video drivers (intel, nouveau for nvidia or radeon for ati). What would you like to disable? The video acceleration of the mouse pointer or the speed of the mouse pointer? Maybe I can help you via PM.
The supreme wrote:
Hi David, NeoLoader started!!
Yes I use 64bit
From webGUI I can connect without problem but no from Neoloader GUI, in connection manager I put server ip (remote host), 20035 (remote port) and * (password), but when click on connect nothing happens.
Do I something wrong?
I checked in ini file and port and password is good!
Ps. the permission 777 was just a test then I put everything back as the original
I strated by -core and by -daemon no crash problem
I forgot: if I want to close neoloader (for example for restart server) how I can close it? just kill process?? (I don't like kill, I'm peace man:36_11_6
As far I understand till now the only way to close the neoloader deamon is to kill the process... but this isn't a real problem beacuse it is a deamon and it is simple to create a systemd script to start, restart or stop the daemon (if David agrees I can write one).
(I wrote about systemd because the maiority of linux distributions are moving to systemd)
Cheers and beers!